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Topic: What should be done about Roy Moore?
Posted: 15 Dec 2017 18:49

Now who is deflecting?

I'm curious. Robert Byrd was the longest serving senator in history. He was a well respected member of that body and held the Majority Leader and Minority Leader posts. There's no end to the number of places, buildings and other things in his adopted state that are named after him. He was also a former Grand Kleagle in the West Virginia branch of the KKK and as a young man was instrumental in rebuilding that organization. So there is no doubt that in his younger years he was a racist and a bigot. These are not 40 year old allegations. They are historical facts.

If you were a West Virginia voter, would you have voted for him?

No, I wouldn't have.

I will take your dodging my question as a yes that you would vote for Roy Moore. Not a far reach based on some of the things you have posted on this site.

Topic: What should be done about Roy Moore?
Posted: 14 Dec 2017 08:33

Would and did.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Robert Francis Kennedy
Edward Moore Kennedy
William Jefferson Clinton
Robert Carlyle Byrd

And those are just the names that come to mind on the spur of the moment. There is no lock on misogyny, pedophilia, racism or bigotry on either side of the political divide.

Believe it or not, there are people on this forum that insist I'm the one wearing blinders.

But there I go deflecting again.

I'm curious. Do you believe that Roy Moore is a pedophile, racist and a bigot? Would you have voted for him had you been an Alabama voter?

Topic: What should be done about Roy Moore?
Posted: 07 Dec 2017 05:51

The people of Alabama will decide…. I predict he'll win.

If you were in an Alabama voter, would you vote for him?

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 05 Dec 2017 08:58

I'll be happy to represent you in your malpractice lawsuit for misleading customers by not explaining the dollar amounts included in the new Inheritance , gift tax and other tax exclusions as it pertains to their net worth. Break the numbers down by giving examples so we can better understand how it affects us average people.

LOL. I'm done entertaining your fake attorney gig. It's not any fun to debate with someone who has no idea what they are talking about. Good day.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 05 Dec 2017 07:53

Why don't you explain it rather than ask the question ?

I normally charge a minimum of four hours for initial consultation., but I will humor you this one time.... :)

When a person dies, the computation would begin with the fair market value of the assets in their Estate. You can then subtract any liabilities of the Estate, along with certain expenses of administering the Estate. Depending on what state you are in, you may get a deduction for some State death taxes. Your remaining amount would be the taxable Estate. If that amount is greater that the unused lifetime exemption of the decedent, then the Estate is subject to Estate tax.

Since you have a legal background, I'm sure you are aware that I have oversimplified the computation in attempt to help you understand.

You are most welcome for the free professional consultation.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 05 Dec 2017 07:34

2. Yes. But that kind of takes it back around to the question of how much of their money is it fair for us to confiscate. Keep in mind that in most cases, the government has already had the opportunity to tax the wealth in the estate two or perhaps three times. How much is enough?

3. What we're there discussing is situational ethics. It's not OK for the "good guys" to break the rules. The ends rarely justify the means. If you in fact cheat on your spouse, you give up the right to complain if they turn around and cheat on you. If you bend, evade, or flat out break the rules, you cannot complain if your successor turns around and uses the same tactics against you. Harry Reid's changes to the filibuster rules directly lead to Neil Gorsuch confirmation to the Supreme Court. The Democrats had no standing to complain about how that was done. It was not OK for the previous administration to try an end run around Congress through executive orders. Perhaps you agree with the goals Obama was trying to achieve but as sure as the sun rises, those pesky Republicans will use the same tricks when they elect the next Nixon. It is not OK for any Congress to pass legislation that will not pass the sniff test in the dead of the night. It is not OK for any administration to dump controversial documents into the public late Friday after the press corps is off toasting their successes in the local watering hole.

Give one of your guys a pass on ANY ethical violation for any reason, however justified, and you give them all a pass.

I don't give any of them a pass. That is the difference between you and I. I never justify the wrongdoings of anyone in any political office based on the fact that someone else has done worse. I will just let you continue to excuse the actions of politicians based on what the "other side" has done. Enjoy.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 05 Dec 2017 04:34

1. The members of Congress are not patsies of the millionaires. They are for the most part millionaires themselves.

2. Perhaps you could take a few moments and explain to us why you feel that Koch Brothers money is bad for our political system yet no one on the Left seems at all reluctant to take Soros money.

3. Gee, that sounds a lot like what Princess Nancy did to get the ACA passed when she was Speaker.

4. The bill repeals the individual mandate from the ACA. The 13 million Americans projected to no longer have health insurance as a result include those who will choose not to continue buying insurance they didn't want in the first place. If that contributes to the final collapse of the ACA, well, good riddance. Perhaps then the "millionaires" will finally come up with some kind of health insurance reform that the American people will whole heartedly support and enroll in without it being crammed down their throats by Congressional diktat.

The bottom line is this. Yes the game favors the rich . But there is no shortage of rich people on either side of the political spectrum. And as we have seen, are seeing, and will see in the future, there's no shortage of corruption and abuse of wealth on either side as well.

Edit: The Koch/Soros issue is a sore point with me. I spent the better part of an hour at a party listening to a far left guest rant about the evil influence of the Koch brothers on our political system. This was shortly after (then) Senate Majority leader Harry Reid (D-NV) lambasted them from the lectern in the Senate. Yet she had never heard of George Soros, merely one of the worlds biggest billionaires and a major source of funding for all things liberal.

You can't have it both ways. Either the wealth of very rich Americans corrupts American politics or it doesn't. Unless you're of the mind that someone buying political influence is OK as long as they support causes that you support.

2. Because the Left isn't trying to abolish Estate tax in order to save them hundreds of millions of dollars. Do you understand what the Estate tax is and how it affects wealthy (not rich) people?
3. This is the argument people make when they know they are wrong. Are you in essence saying "I acknowledge the way this bill has been passed is wrong, but so and so did it too."?

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 04 Dec 2017 10:17

I charge a minimum of four hours for initial consultation.

Perfect. I'm sure you do. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/thumbsup.gif" alt="thumbup"> Keep giving out your sage "advise"

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 04 Dec 2017 09:35

Thank you for reviewing my finances…..
Until I hire you for advise
you'll just have to take my word for it . I truly don't care what you believe.

Fair enough. As an "attorney", you probably already have enough professional "advise"

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 04 Dec 2017 06:10

It's a great tax reform for incomes over $250,00 a year and large corporations. It sucks rat assholes for everyone else.

Don't forget the biggest winners. The .1% of the wealthiest families of the U.S. The Estate tax savings alone for some of these people would equal a small country's GDP.

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